DEMOCRACY IN ACTION

DNT’s 25 pledges in 120 days

One of the highlights of the DNT’s manifesto is its 25 important and urgent pledges that it has promised to undertake with 120 days or approximately around 4 months from the time it gets into office. With the 10-day election petition period still on and with the National Assembly yet …

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DNT dominates in Thimphu and Paro

Thimphu The president of the Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT), Lotay Tshering, won from South Thimphu by a huge margin after securing a total of 3,662 votes (849 PB+ 2,813 EVM), while DPT’s candidate, Kinley Tshering, secured a total of 1,978 votes (312 PB + 1,666 EVM) a difference of 1,684 …

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Equal DNT and DPT dominance in Lhuentse

The people of Gangzur Minjey constituency favored DNT’s Kinga Penjor, who secured a total of 3,026 votes (1,440 PB + 1,586 EVM), while DPT’s Tshering Penjor secured a total of 2,638 votes (1,385 PB +1,253 EVM). “People were able to appreciate our realistic pledges, which covered need of the hour …

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DNT looks to sweep the South

As the Primary Round of Election showed, Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) did well in all the six constituencies in the three southern dzongkhags of Dagana, Tsirang and Sarpang. In these three dzongkhags, DNT secured 24,810 total votes from the six constituencies followed by 17,289 votes secured by People’s Democratic Party …

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Thimphu’s trust in DNT and PDP

In South Thimphu DNT president Lotey Tshering secured the highest number of support with a total of 2,816 votes (PB505+EVM 2311), DPT’s Kinley Tshering with 1173 (PB 207+ EVM 966), PDP secured 1133 votes (PB 216 + EVM 917) and BKP secured 470 votes (PB 114+ EVM 356). “The kind …

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DNT, DPT and PDP win in Samtse

Samtse has four constituencies with the total number registered voters at 47,360. Only 28,568 turned up to vote in the primary round. This makes the voter turnout of 60.3 percent combining both Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) and Postal Ballots (PB). Druk Nyamrup Tshogpa (DNT) took two of the four constituencies …

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Mongar’s DPT winners confident for the general round

The Primary Round of National Assembly Election 2018 in Mongar was dominated by the former Opposition Party, Druk Phuensum Tshogpa (DPT), winning in all the three constituencies. DPT’s Ugyen Wangdi secured 4,694 votes from Dremedtse Ngatshang constituency, of which 2,977 were from Electronic Voting Machine (EVM) and 1,717 from Postal …

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